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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, October 16, 1980, Page 12, Image 12

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Pags2 Weekender Thursday, October 16, 1980 1 1 i r U '. ' i . ! i - I Pierrot Le Fou at 8 p.m. today in Carroll Hall. Jean-Luc Codard's brilliant homage to the American gangster film is an unpredictable story of two criminals on the road, trying to form their own destiny. Admission by UNC student ID or Union privilege card. Touch The Mime Trio will present benefit performances at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and matinee 2 p.m. Saturday in the Art School Carr Mill Mall. Call 942-2041 for more information. Mike Wil'iams,' a singersongwriter, will bring his special orana of folk, country and humorous tunes to the Cat's Cradle Monday and Tuesday. Call 967-9053 for more informatioa Cinema Campus Saul Alinsky Went to War at 7 30 p m today in 101 . Greenlaw A cinematic chronicle or a "wa" in tastman Kodak by the black people of Rochester N V Free and open to the public Attack at 7 and 9 30 p m Wednesday in Carroll Hall A gritty and believable war film by Robert Aldnch set in -the Battle of the Bulge Admission by UNC student ID or Union privilege card. Chapel Hill Carolina Blue-Oh, Cod! Book II. At I OS. 5 10. 7 15 and 9:20 pm. Carolina White Terror Train plays through today Those Lips, Those Eyes opens on Friday At 3 30, 5.30, 7 30 and 9 30 p m. Carolina Classic! Arsenic and Old Lace. Final shows at 3 and 5 p m. today There will be no classic, over Fall Break , UI2AIFFEC SrJAQLO AFJED PAnrinrjG eoassles? not ranm-n tikie For the fifth year, Tar Heel Football Fans can enjoy UNC home football games without all those worries of finding parking and waiting in long trafHc lines. Chapel Hill Transit's TARHEEL EXPRESS is the way to go! Plenty of FREE parking is available in our two convenient parking lots, located in the Kroger Plaza Lot on Elliot Road, off East Franldin Street and 15-501 By-Pass, and in the Airport Lot on Estes Drive, off Highway 85. Buses will operate, on the schedules shown below, non-stop to Gate 4, Kenan Stadium. Buses will leave from Gate 4, (Bell Tower Drive), immediately after the game. Fares are 750 for Adults (one-way) and 500 for Youths under 18 or Seniors over 65. Show your valid bus pass and those fares are reduced to 500 and 250, respectively. So forget the traffic worries and enjoy the game. Make the TAOIIEEL EJIPHESS part of your Game Plan! EXPRESS A: EXPRESS K: AIRPORT LOT KROGER PLAZA LOT 11:15 AM 12:00 NOON 12:40 11:15 AM 12:15 PM 11:20 12:10 PM 12:45 11:20 12:20 11:40 12:20 11:45 12:40 11:50 12:30 12:00 NOON '" " "9 fS yi'"1-" Carolina Lateshows call 942-3061 for features. Plaza I Stardust Memories. At 3, 5, 7, and 9 p.m. Plaza !l-Private Benjamin. At 2:45. 5, 7:15 and 9:15 p.m. Plaza III-Willie and Phil. Final shows today at 2:30, 4:50. 7:10 and 9:30 p.m. Times Square starts Friday. At 2 45. 4 50, 7 and 9:15 p.m. Varsity-Prow Night ends today at 3:15, 5.10. 7:05. 9:30 p m The Big Red One starts Friday. At 2 45. 4:50, 7 and 9:15 p m. Varsity The Rocky Horror Picture Show. At midnight Friday and Saturday. Ram Triple Call 967-8284 for weekend features. Duke On The Vard at 7 and 9:30 pm. Thursday in the Biology Science building on the Duke University campus. Admission $1.50. Taxi Driver at 7 and 9:30 p m. Friday in Baldwin Auditorium. Robert De Niro stars as psychokiller Travis Bickle who through accident becomes a hero in Martin Scorcese's scathing film Admission $1.50. Coal Miner's Daughter at 7 and 9:15 p m Saturday and Sunday in Page Auditorium. Sissy Spacek stars as country singer Loretta Lynn and she gives a brilliant erformance. Admission S1. 50. Theater The Cocktail Party T.S. Eliot's tragi-comedy about human relationships, at 13 p m daily except Mondays, through Oct 2b in the Playmakers Theatre Eliot wrestles with inciteful issues in this provoking play For more information call 933-1121. Salute to Lerner and Loewe, a revue of the famous Broadway team's music, through Oct 25 at the Chez Condoret Cabaret, 143 W Franklin St Performances at 9 p m Wednesdays through Saturdays with late shows at 11 p iti. on Friays and Saturdays. For reservations call 942-8714. . Candide, Bernstein and Sondheim's biting satire of ' Voltaire, at 8 p m WednesJay in Pittman Auditorium on the St Mary's campus in Raleigh. For reservations call 828-2521 A Murder is Announced, Agatha Christie's twisting detective story featuring Miss Marple. at 8:15 p.m Thursday through Sunday in Branson Theatre on the Duke University Campus For more information call 684-3181 I f 2-5 1 7C You're a Good 'Man Charlie Brown, presented by Duke's Hoof 'N' Horn Society, at 815 p.m. Thursday through Sunday and at 8:15 p.m. Wednesday in Fred Theatre on the Duke University campus. For more information call 684-4059 Auditiom for the Carolina Union's production of Tennessee's Waltz from 7 to 10 p.m. Wednesday and 2 to 7 p m Oct. 23 in the Great Hall. For more information call 933-1157. Concerts New Music Ensemble. Roger Hannay conducting, at 8:15 pm. today in Hill Hall Auditorium. The performance features works by Stravinsky and McKay Duke Symphony Orchestra at 81 5 p m. Wednesday in Baldwin Auditorium on the Duke University Campus Allan Bone conducts Beethoven and Tchaikovsky. Radio hwde Track -The Police's Zenyatta Mondatta at 11 p m. tonight on WXYC-FM 89 3 Classic Album Feature lames Taylor's Mud Slide Slim at 11 p m. Friday on WXYC-FM 89 3. Gallery Print by Picasso and Faculty Artists ends Sunday at the Ackland Art Museum on Campus. Touch, the mima ... at The Best Restaurant in Chapel Hill isn 7 in Chapel Hill C Fhe Red Baron Jones Fcrrv Kcl.. We Feature: Fresh Seafood Dinners Gourmet Beef & Chicken Dishes Variety of Sandwiches Informal. Relaxed Atmosphere HOURS 4-1 MON.-SAT. Jones Ferry Rd., off 54 Bypass, Carrboro, N.C. miki: u;Ain 929-8404 m;mm; w kih Faculty Art Exhibit at The Art School in Carr Mill Mall through October 24. Highly Collectable 1930, an exhibit of one-of-a-kind contemporary ceramics and other ' media, at the Cameron Craft Callery. 133 W. Franklin St Color Stream, an unusual exhibition o' paintings by Nan Cressman. showing through Oct. 26 at CenterCallery, 150 Main St.. Carrboro. Claude Howell, an exhibition of oils, watercolors and drawings, through Oct 31 at the Sommerhill Callery. 5504 Chapel Hill Blvd Planetarium Watcher of the Sky, chronicling the history of mankind's curiosity about the heavens, is showing through Nov. 17. At 8 p m Monday through Friday; at 11 a m . 1, 3. and 8 pm. Saturday and at 2, 3 and 8pm Sunday. Call 933-1236 for more information. Nite Life The Station, 201 E. Main St., Carrboro Obvious Question plays rock-n-roll tonight. R I M brings New Wave from Athens. Ca. Friday and Saturday. On Tuesday night the Snapper Creek Band and the Apple Chill doggers host a square dance Southern Pride plays country music on Wednesday. s trio, to perform this week the Art School in Carr Mill (inrrhoro MESTAUMAH1 & LOUNGE ' FRESH SEAFOOD Giant Screen T.V. Separate Lounge Ample Parking MIXED BEVERAGES J

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